Nsuring Children and Young People Have a Voice in Neighbourhood Community Development
Have to answer all questions in much detail as possible. I will attach the article that goes along with the questions. Questions are located below also I will attach a word document with the questions. Single space between questions and answers and indicate which Box you are answering above the answer.
i?? Is the Literature Review presented in the Introduction
o Presented so that you can determine the Prevalence, Occurrence, and Incidence of the study?
o A balance review?
o Clearly apparent in its rationale?
o Presented in a manner which justifies the purpose of the study?
i?? What is the study purpose? Is it explicit? Are there any objections, or research questions? Is the hypothesis of the article clear to the reader?
i?? Critique the sample data
i?? Critique the discussion
i?? Critique the limitations
i?? What is the main type of knowledge found in this study?
o Descriptive, exploratory, control
i?? Does the study take place in a relatively natural setting or environment?
i?? Are data collected without any or few controls? Indeed are they free-flowing observations of the phenomena of the study?
i?? Are the shared experiences of both the subjects and researchers part of the study?
i?? Are there multiple and different observations/interactions with the setting/individuals, or are there phenomena being studied which require flexible strategies?
i?? Is the researcher a true participant in the study?
i?? Which of the following is the main purpose of the study you are critiquing? To describe, to explain, to predict, or to discover?
i?? Does the researcher case the setting beforehand to determine its suitability of feasibility for study?
i?? If the study involves entering a setting, examining secondary data like case records, observing people, or interviewing individuals/groups, etc., is permission sought by the researcher?
i?? Are there any obstacles or restrictions, noted or not, by the researcher? How could these make it difficult for the researcher to enter the field?
i?? Which of the following data collection strategies are used in the qualitative study you are critiquing? Observation, Reading/reviewing, Interviewing, or Listening.
i?? Where and how are the study assumptions /questions stated?
i?? Do the assumptions/questions change as the study unfolds?
i?? Can you identify why the assumptions/questions changed the study?
i?? What assumptions/questions are now clear as you read the completion of this study?
i?? How long did it take for this study to be conducted?
i?? How does the researcher both control and not control for time in this study?
i?? Would sampling or data collection at different times then cited in the study change anything about its purpose, methods, findings, conclusions, or implications?
i?? How does the researcher reconcile issues of time as they arise during the course of the study?
i?? What are the various primary and secondary sources used to collect the data in this study?
i?? What biases exist in these samples and data?
i?? Are there enough data collected from these samples to provide a contextual meaning to the phenomena being studied?
i?? How does the researcher reconcile issues/concerns related to sampling in this study?
i?? Which of the following describe the main Qualitative research method of the study you are critiquing? (Phenomenology, narration, case studies, ethnography, action/participatory research, participant observation, grounded theory, or practice/program evaluation?)
i?? Which of the following Qualitative research are used in the study? (Observations, interviews, log books/case notes/field books/diaries, unobtrusive measures, historical accounts, secondary accounts, or focus groups?)